Minnesota Senate passes bill to assist horse racing at state tracks

Columbus, OH — According to a story in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Minnesota Senate passed a bill Sunday to assist Canterbury Park and Running Aces as they prepare to start their racing seasons without spectators.

The legislation, which passed 65-2, temporarily reduces the tracks’ portion of regulatory fees. It also changes the number of live racing days required to operate a card club.

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